Who are computer hackers? What is free software? And what does the emergence of a community dedicated to the production of free and open source software--and to hacking as a technical, aesthetic, and moral project--reveal about the values of contemporary liberalism? Exploring the rise and political significance of the free and open source software (F/OSS) movement in the United States and Europe, Coding Freedom details the ethics behind hackers' devotion to F/OSS, the social codes that guide... Topic: anthropology
""Freedom" of the Press?" is an article from The North American Review, Volume 208. View more articles from The North American Review.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-25151061 Source: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/25151061
Songs of Freedom is the name of the songbook edited by James Connolly and published in 1907. Connolly's introduction is better known than the collection for which it was written, containing his oft-quoted maxim: “Until the movement is marked by the joyous, defiant singing of revolutionary songs, it lacks one of the most distinctive marks of a popular revolutionary movement, it is the dogma of a few and not the faith of the multitude.” Though most of the songs were of Irish derivation, the... Topics: Ireland, Scotland, England, New York, revolutionary songs, Irish socialism, Scottish socialism,...
Labor and Freedomby Eugene V. DebsPublished by Phil Wagner, St. Louis, MO, 1916.Collection of articles by Socialist leader Gene Debs reprinted from the pages of the radical press. None of this material is included in the 1908 campaign biography, Life and Writings.Notable is the epigram at the front, "While there is a lower class, I am in it..." etc. This may be the first time that this famous quote appeared in print, although it was made prominent during the trial after the 1918... Topics: Socialist Party of America, SPA, Socialism, Marxism, radicalism, labor history, Gene Debs
The end of World War II did not bring peace at home. Nuclear anxiety, anti-Communism and international political realignments fueled the Cold War and turned our country's media landscape into a battleground. In the press, on the radio, and increasingly through the newly emerging medium of television, business and labor struggled for power over the national consciousness. Seeking a prize worth much more than public consent, these opposing forces fought to redefine the economic structure of the...
Depicts the development and importance of electric power from Benjamin Franklin's experiment with a kite to the contributions of Thomas Edison. First ten-minute sequence, showing history of American independence territorial expansion and electrical development, is animated. Commemorates General Electric's 75th anniversary (1878-1953). Pennsylvania Railroad GG-1 electric locomotive pulling passenger train on Northeast Corridor route Shots of heavy industry Radio announcer, transmission tower,... ( 1 reviews )
There is, literally, a world of difference between the statements "Everyone should have adequate food," and "Everyone has the right to adequate food." In George Kent's view, the lofty rhetoric of the first statement will not be fulfilled until we take the second statement seriously. Kent sees hunger as a deeply political problem. Too many people do not have adequate control over local resources and cannot create the circumstances that would allow them to do meaningful,... Topic: human rights
Anonymous Cambodia Press Release #opCambodiaFreedom. Greetings citizens of the world, we are Anonymous. Government of the once great Kingdom of Cambodia, It has come to our atttention that despite our continued warnings you have decided to disregard our requests to assist the people of this country, and have persisted in running a one-way system which only shows to benefit yourselves. On many occasions, we, the people, have asked that you change your attitude towards leadership and serve our... Topics: Anonymous (Collective), Cambodia (Country), Kingdom of Cambodia, Operation Cambodia,...
Global press freedom declined for a seventh straight year in 2008, with deterioration seen for the first time in every region, according to a new report from Freedom House. Findings from Freedom of the Press were revealed in front of the organization's Map of Press Freedom at the Newseum in Washington May 1 in advance of World Press Freedom Day.
Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram RamFreedom from Worldly Desires by Swami Ram Sukhdas JiSacrifices, charity, disciplines, visiting holy places, study of scriptures, various virtuous actions, all kinds of austerities, freedom from worldly desires is the highest austerity. Through performing various religious acts (austerities) for personal gains, one can attain the heavens. However, it is only on doing these with a spirit of selflessness, that they can become the spiritual discipline... Topics: Swami Shri Ram Sukhdas Ji Maharaj, Shri Swami Ji, Shri Jaidayal Goyenka, Shri Seth Ji, Shri...
"The Freedom of the Press" is an article from Virginia Law Review, Volume 5. View more articles from Virginia Law Review.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-1063583 Source: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/1063583
Committee on Foreign Affairs - mars-1:hrs01IR2172_100616 - Rayburn 2172 - Press Freedom in the Americas - Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere. BRIEFING BY: Ms. Catalina Botero, Special Rapporteur for Freedom of Expression, Office of the Special Rapporteur, Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. WITNESSES: Mr. Joel Simon, Executive Director, Committee to Protect Journalists; Mr. Marcel Granier, President and Director General, Radio Caracas Television Internacional (RCTV); Alejandra Nuno,... Topics: foreignaffairs.house.gov, public.resource.org
Why do we need new art? How free is the artist in making? And why is the artist, and particularly the poet, a figure of freedom in Western culture? The MacArthur Award–winning poet and critic Susan Stewart ponders these questions in The Poet’s Freedom. Through a series of evocative essays, she not only argues that freedom is necessary to making and is itself something made, but also shows how artists give rules to their practices and model a self-determination that might serve in other... Topics: Literary Criticism, General, Poetry, Art, Criticism & Theory
Video summary of the ALDE ADLE Seminar: ; Freedom of Press in Hungary Event date: Tuesday 11 January 2011 11:30 to 13:00Location: European Parliament JAN 4Q1 In view of the recent adoption by the Hungarian government of a law on the press which clearly poses serious problems concerning the liberty of the press, I have organised an Open Hearing this coming Tuesday 11 January at 11h30 in our Group room (JAN 4Q1). The Hearing will include a video message from GyÃ¶rgy Konrad, novelist and human...
"Restrictions on the Freedom of the Press" is an article from Harvard Law Review, Volume 16. View more articles from Harvard Law Review.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-1322515 Source: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/1322515
"Military Censorship and Freedom of the Press" is an article from Virginia Law Review, Volume 5. View more articles from Virginia Law Review.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-1063233 Source: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/1063233
"Freedom of the Press and the Injunction" is an article from Columbia Law Review, Volume 13. View more articles from Columbia Law Review.View this article on JSTOR.View this article's JSTOR metadata.You may also retrieve all of this items metadata in JSON at the following URL: https://archive.org/metadata/jstor-1110659 Source: http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/1110659
Dr. J. talks with journalist Ron Bailey about the libertarian perspective on biotechnology, drugs, economics and contemporary politics. Bailey writes a weekly science and technology column for Reason magazine and is the author of Liberation Biology: The Moral and Scientific Case for the Biotech Revolution. (Parts 1 and 2. The last parts of each podcast are the thrid and fourth installments of Cory Doctorow's short story âClockwork Fagin,â which appears in the anthology Steampunk! An Anthology... Topics: libertarian, politics, Tea Party, singularity, drugs, freedom, technology
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Mind and body, Ability, Success Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=RgQ3pHd1d-UC&oe=UTF-8
St. Isidore Sound Experience - Freedom Take It Or Lose It Jamendo Album #083546Tracklisting:01 - All Men Are Created Equal 02 - JFK Secret Societies Freedom of the Press 03 - Courage 04 - Words of Power, Powers in Words 05 - Hippie Yippie 06 - Leary Think For Yourself! 07 - Female 08 - Thompson Fear Loathing 09 - JFK Secret Societies Freedom of the Press 2 10 - Churchill ClassicsPlease read the Readme.txt and License.txt files for important origin and licensing information.